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Thursday, October 20, 2016

4GW in Syria

It's not hard to see why the "Syrian rebels" are losing so badly to the Syrian government forces. Guess who has more support from the Syrian people. Applying the principles of 4GW, it should be obvious that Assad is going to win, because despite being an Alawite, he is still Syrian. The so-called rebels no more represent the Syrian people than the US military for whom they are a proxy do, which is why the usual rules about 4GW insurgencies don't apply to them. They're invaders, not insurgents.


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Anonymous M.W. Peak October 20, 2016 11:07 AM  

Again, important information that American media will not cover nor believes in.

Blogger horsewithnonick October 20, 2016 11:15 AM  

Syria doesn't have enough magic dirt for them?

Anonymous Sam the Man October 20, 2016 11:15 AM  

Is there any verification that the bottom rebel population labels are actually correct?

Just asking...

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents October 20, 2016 11:18 AM  

The Syrian "rebels" are Jihadis. It's obvious. SJW's are too ignorant and stupid to bother to learn anything about Islam, so they miss this fact.

Some of the Syrian "refugees" are Jihadis also. As we will probably find out in due time.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 20, 2016 11:20 AM  

What's up with the African's hair? He doesn't look like he is malnourished.

More on point, the "rebels" are a ragtag looking lot. Any professional military man could tell you that there is no way they can win against the Syrian armed forces. The Syrians know each other, have trained together, and most importantly, can trust each other. You think that Saudi is going to trust the African, or vice versa?

The PTB really want that pipeline, don't they?

Blogger Johnny October 20, 2016 11:26 AM  

A sum what more detailed explanation is that our soldiers are mercenaries acting for Saudi Arabia in a proxy war taking place in Syria. Also think it is still jihad even if the war is against another sect, although apparently it hasn't been declared for this group.

The Russians could be posturing, but they claim Hillary getting elected could easily mean war and they are acting like it is true. Big civil defense drill and they have told their citizens that any foreign students should come home even if it interrupts course work. And they are moving their big aircraft carrier into the region. Apparently they have only one.

And somehow in the debate Hillary got into talking about the time between the president starting a nuclear war and when the launch of missiles takes place. Four minutes. How come and isn't that classified?

And maybe those rebels firing missiles at our ships are Russia testing by proxy their weapons.

Blogger allyn71 October 20, 2016 11:27 AM  

The PTB really want that pipeline, don't they?

They really want to make sure the petrodollar reigns supreme.

Blogger allyn71 October 20, 2016 11:31 AM  

And maybe those rebels firing missiles at our ships are Russia testing by proxy their weapons.

Turns out those missiles weren't fired by the Houthi but instead were probably launched by the Saudi's. The destruction of the HSV-2 already proved the effectiveness of the Iranian/Russian missiles.

Blogger CM October 20, 2016 11:36 AM  

I was thinking about this the other day concerning syrian refugees.

Putting the best possible spin on the refugees, they would rather flee the conflict than fight on either side. Which tells me they were sufficiently satisfied to not fight with rebels, but sufficiently displeased not to fight against them.

They are status quo syrians. Which was the vast majority of men given the demographics before and after the mass migration.

The US needs to stop butting in where they aren't wanted.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents October 20, 2016 11:37 AM  

@6
Also think it is still jihad even if the war is against another sect, although apparently it hasn't been declared for this group.

Assad is an Alawite, a subgroup of Islam that other Sunni's consider heretical. So there's an element of Jihad right there. Plus the whole "IS Caliphate" expansion kit.

Chechens, Libyans, Egyptians and Saudis all showed up in northern Iraq for a couple of years during American occupation. Likely some of them see this as just an extension of the same Jihad.

Anonymous Just another commenter October 20, 2016 11:41 AM  

But clearly there is strength in diversity! It shows that Assad is despised worldwide! The people from across the region have arisen against his tyrannical rule, and...

oh, never mind. They are a bunch of dead-end wanna-bes that couldn't attract a wife, and hoped to win a slave in the chaos.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 20, 2016 11:47 AM  

Where does the money come from to pay these mercenaries? A real journalist could simply ask them, I doubt they'd care enough to conceal it.

Blogger Matamoros October 20, 2016 11:47 AM  

Assad, from everything I've read, is not a bad guy. I'm sure he would have lost, though, if Russia didn't want to keep its naval base.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 20, 2016 11:49 AM  

Ron Winkleheimer wrote:The PTB really want that pipeline, don't they?

More than anything else in the world, maybe excepting white genocide.

Anonymous DJF October 20, 2016 11:59 AM  

"""The PTB really want that pipeline, don't they?"""

""""They really want to make sure the petrodollar reigns supreme.""""

They are also SJW and support the underdog even when they are crazy jihadists

Blogger justaguy October 20, 2016 11:59 AM  

I think the amount of supporting forces and combat support are what is making the difference in Syria. The "civil war" was gone on for years and if there was such a great intrinsic weakness in one side, it would have been made manifest by now. Syria seems to be caught in a proxy war with more than 2 sides and the number of foreign troops from the proxies along with combat support (CAS or artillery) seem to be (from this very outside observer) the dominating factor. Competent manpower with decent armament, and firepower on target more often than not, seems to be the decisive factor in this long war.

Blogger clk October 20, 2016 12:04 PM  

"Assad is going to win, because despite being an Alawite"

Assad will win because he is an Alawite -- because if he loses, the Alawites will be all slaughtered - men, women and ever last child ... he is fighting for the very existence of his people ...nothing like the promise of genocide to help focus you...

"Assad, from everything I've read, is not a bad guy" .. in the company of Saddam, Mubarak, Pahlavi, Gaddafi he is certainly a light weight... I suspect the same thing .. although none of the above were that bad in the beginning either .. there's time to grow yet as he is only 51..



Blogger Johnny October 20, 2016 12:08 PM  

@16

Going by what I have read and can infer there is lots of money going into the troops from many different sources. Even the jihad warriors are reasonably well paid. A part of our problem is that we view these people as being like us and in a lot of ways they are not. Less trusting and less given to volunteering unless there is a reward. And at times this even applies to this jihad BS.

Blogger Johnny October 20, 2016 12:11 PM  

@17

My take is that Saddam was a genuinely bad guy, worse than usual, and most or all of the rest of them were typical of the region. The true populist choice is Islam, and that produces a less humane society than these dictators.

Anonymous Jack Amok October 20, 2016 12:20 PM  

Quite the vibrant group of rebels there. Must have awesome food in the mess tent.

Is there any verification that the bottom rebel population labels are actually correct?

The verification is, as the saying goes, you're own two eyes. The African is definitely an African, and the Saudi and Lybian are pretty clearly as labelled. I don't know for sure that the Chechen is a Chechen, but he's not a Syrian, that much is certain (frankly he looks like a cosplayer from a syfy-con, though he's at least got enough balls to be in a real war zone, so I'm probably selling him short).

Whether the specific labels are correct or not, the people in the bottom pic are not the same nation as the people in the top.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash October 20, 2016 12:22 PM  

Matamoros wrote:Assad, from everything I've read, is not a bad guy. I'm sure he would have lost, though, if Russia didn't want to keep its naval base.
And he would have won by now if we didn't keep funding and arming mercenaries and radical Islamists to attack his country. Actually, there wouldn't even have been a war if we hadn't started it

Blogger Elder Son October 20, 2016 12:22 PM  

The bonus of expanding the globalist NWO, that being, bringing the non-integrated Gap into the integrated Core, is that you get your pipe-line, and anything else you want. And you have to remember, bringing democracy to the world, is just code for globalism. Or, as Bush Sr. would say, the vision of our UN Founders.

If you want to know what is going on in Syria, make some friends with Syrians on twitter.

And no, this is not a civil war. This is a take-over of Syria by out-side forces. Which should be obvious by now to anyone who has been paying attention to this.

Had to laugh at the NATO hysterics this morning: Russia has begun its biggest surface deployment since the end of the Cold War as it aims to effectively end the war in Syria on the eve of the US election, Nato officials warned last night.

And it should also be obvious by now, the the US and NATO has been arming/bank rolling the various Sunni/Wahhabi "moderate" Jihads 4 "freedom" terrorists, including ISIS.

And, the Iraqi's are a little peeved that the US has been announcing to ISIS the imminent invasion of Mosul. Ya know, surprise? Move along to Syria?

Blogger VFM #7634 October 20, 2016 12:25 PM  

The so-called rebels no more represent the Syrian people than the US military for whom they are a proxy do, which is why the usual rules about 4GW insurgencies don't apply to them. They're invaders, not insurgents.

But-but-but I thought Diversity Was Our Strength?

Assad will win because he is an Alawite -- because if he loses, the Alawites will be all slaughtered - men, women and ever last child ... he is fighting for the very existence of his people ...nothing like the promise of genocide to help focus you...

@17 clk
Not just the Alawites. The Christians too.

There's a reason there are hardly any Christians among the Syrian refugees: they flee to government-controlled areas within Syria.

And even then, the Christians and various flavors of Shia (including Alawite) are still only about a quarter of Syria's population all told, and Sunni Arabs somewhat over half. This is why it's taking so long for the government to put down the rebellion.

OTOH, the Sunni Arabs are the vast majority of the Syrian refugees flooding into Europe, and I suspect that Assad's government isn't sorry to see the most jihadi-prone portion of the population being drained off.

Blogger Johnny October 20, 2016 12:31 PM  

A little off topic here, just to get into our troops being mercenaries. Way back when US corporations had investments in Central America. The locals resented it and every few years their would be a revolt against the local bought off leadership. Next the Marines would show up, and usually with almost no casualties, new leadership would be installed.

I don't regard people seizing other peoples assets as some great moral cause, so for me it is not good vs evil, but it was our troops acting as unadmitted mercenaries for US corporations.

We seem to be in a somewhat similar period now that the big bad USSR is gone. We use our troops for all sorts of purposes that with some frequency have little to do with the wellbeing of the American public. Regrettably a lot of conservatives can't quite get this down, and end up getting behind this that and every war effort regardless of merit.

Blogger Elder Son October 20, 2016 12:34 PM  

Vietnam was first and foremost, about rubber.

Anonymous Susan October 20, 2016 12:37 PM  

The Syrian conflict really started ramping up when the MB got kicked out of Egypt. This conflict is their last best chance to steal a nation from which to be able to launch their terrorism from. Another gift from the incompetent idiot in the WH and his former SecState, the BofB.

Blogger Elder Son October 20, 2016 12:38 PM  

@26

Syria is the springboard to Iran.

See: 7 countries in 5 years plan.

Blogger pyrrhus October 20, 2016 12:41 PM  

Just imagine the same situation happening in the US during the 2030s....I got dibs on the TX-AZ-NM alliance!

Blogger S1AL October 20, 2016 12:42 PM  

"African" guy actually looks like some Puerto Ricans I know. The orange-tint Afro is extremely common there.

Blogger Cash October 20, 2016 12:44 PM  

Chechen's are some crazy MOFO's.

Blogger Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus October 20, 2016 12:46 PM  

They're invaders, not insurgents.

Same will apply to the UN soldiers Obama brings in to establish martial law after Trump refuses to accept the results of a clearly rigged election.

Blogger Cash October 20, 2016 12:47 PM  

@23

So you are saying we can start a war and have all the liberals leave as refugees?

I think the SJWs would hop all over being labled as refugees.

Blogger JohnG October 20, 2016 12:50 PM  

From a support of the local population perspective in 4GW you're correct that the local populace won't support the foreign Jihadis... However this isn't a typical asymmetric conflict where with us we'll be hamstrung by fear of causing collateral damage and refuse to bombs mosques, madrassas and hospitals where the Jihadis are hiding out at. Neither Putin nor Assad care about that and will destroy the enemy when they find out where they are. I think if we quit meddling here, this conflict would have been over some time ago... I think Saudi Arabia would be happy to continue the insurgency in Iraq (against Iran) and would probably leave Syria alone if they couldn't get us to drop the bombs and smuggle in the weapons from Libya.

Blogger Johnny October 20, 2016 1:06 PM  

What is really bothering them right now about Syria is that the other side is winning, no doubt because Putin decided it was worth the fight. It's the oil pipeline, Russia's status among the Islamics, and a Russian friendly port in the Mediterranean.

Blogger RC October 20, 2016 1:07 PM  

@Susan: "Another gift from the incompetent idiot in the WH and his former SecState, the BofB."

It would be wise to disabuse yourself of the notion that they are incompetent.

Blogger Chris Mallory October 20, 2016 1:08 PM  

allyn71 wrote:Turns out those missiles weren't fired by the Houthi but instead were probably launched by the Saudi's. The destruction of the HSV-2 already proved the effectiveness of the Iranian/Russian missiles.

There has been some talk that the missiles were just radar glitches/phantoms.

You know like we found out 20 years later about the Gulf of Tonkin incident.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 20, 2016 1:12 PM  

So you are saying we can start a war and have all the liberals leave as refugees?

I think the SJWs would hop all over being labled as refugees.


@32 Cash
If Trump wins, the liberals might start a war themselves. In that case, the parallels with the Syrian civil war, with Trump serving the role of the pariah Assad's legitimately elected government representing Syrians, would be much closer.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 20, 2016 1:30 PM  

Please correct me if I'm mistaken, but this post reminded me that a couple of years ago one of the "Womens" magazines published a very flattering profile of Mrs. Assad (a westerner) just before the "civil war" broke out and Assad went from being a strict, but fair Middle Eastern leader and became a monster. I wonder if the profile wasn't part of the "carrot" offered to get Assad to cooperate with the NWO.

"Play ball and you get our imprimatur of respectability, don't and we see about getting you kicked out of power."

Anonymous Clay October 20, 2016 1:35 PM  

Tsk. Having been employed in the Energy Sector....WHERE is the supposed pipleline going, where does it origniate, who's pumping "what" through it, (do they clean it with a pig"?)

Who's providing security?

You kill the snake at the head.

Blogger Basil Makedon October 20, 2016 1:38 PM  

Typical 4G Warfare thinking would lead you to conclude that this collection of mismatched toys would have zero support from the locals.

Yet, because Assad is not an orthodox Sunni, and Islam teaches violence against "hypocrites" I'm not sure that the normal rules will entirely apply.

Anonymous Doogle October 20, 2016 1:41 PM  

If you are an American commander (sorry I don't know the ranks), how do you believeably tell the troops that you are fighting to protect your country or even your freedoms. These arguments must be wearing thin with the troops after all these years of endless war.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash October 20, 2016 1:46 PM  

Clay wrote:WHERE is the supposed pipleline going, where does it origniate, who's pumping "what" through it, (do they clean it with a pig"?)


Natgas pipeline from Qatar to Turkey, through KSA, Jordan and Syria, presumably to interconnect with existing pipelines or be loaded onto ships.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Grab 'Em By The Pussy And Their Hearts And Minds Will Follow ) October 20, 2016 1:52 PM  

41. Doogle October 20, 2016 1:41 PM
how do you believeably tell the troops that you are fighting to protect your country or even your freedoms.



every year, Leviathan's indoctrination centers ( public schools ) turn out a new crop of mind numbed robots who are fully indoctrinated into Universal Democracy, the Rule of Anti-Constitutional Law as set in precedent by the Supreme Court and unquestioning following of authority.

the pretext given by the commander doesn't have to make sense.

an 18 year old isn't going to know any better.

then they go through Basic and get even more mental conditioning.

Blogger Johnny October 20, 2016 2:10 PM  

@41

@43

I can speak to this stuff from first hand experience. Unless a military operation is controversial in the mainstream media, most young men are essentially apolitical. They are just not thinking about this stuff.

The usual propaganda the military hits its troops with is self promoting. You are in the best damn unit in the whole dam army, blah blah blah. God Corps and Country for the Marines, without a whole lot of talk about God.

Anonymous BigGayKoranBurner October 20, 2016 2:13 PM  

Is there any verification that the bottom rebel population labels are actually correct? Just asking...

Faggots didn't believe me when 2 previous moslem mass murderers described as Hispanic turned out to be moslem. If you travel to other nations you can spot foreigners easier, probably why jews try to flood nations with the 3rd world so they will appear to have more in common with "hello fellow white people, I am from NYC and the cucks at the republican establishment have decided you need a milk toast jewish lawyer to be your representative"

Actually even better this video was made before vox posted this pic and has the caricatures of the phenotypes of each, you can make out 7 of the people from Vox's pic in this cartoon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNzC0dPQ41I

You think that Saudi is going to trust the African, or vice versa?

Oy vey that nigger is going to rape my slave girl that it took fair and square.

And maybe those rebels firing missiles at our ships are Russia testing by proxy their weapons.

"WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE" if they are testing by proxy or simply putting out videos of the event onto the internet where Russia can see it? Why would Russia pay for that is available for free? It would be like me paying blacks to rob a liquor store to find police response times.

Also think it is still jihad even if the war is against another sect, although apparently it hasn't been declared for this group.

All strains of moslems are in at least low grade jihad against each other, that's why Saudi Araba has air conditioned accommodations for over 1 million people that only get used one week a year, but wont take a single refusegee in. This explains the differences in moslems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJAL6xgViqg

Blogger bob kek mando ( Grab 'Em By The Pussy And Their Hearts And Minds Will Follow ) October 20, 2016 2:14 PM  

23. VFM #7634 October 20, 2016 12:25 PM
There's a reason there are hardly any Christians among the Syrian refugees: they flee to government-controlled areas within Syria.



yes, but incomplete.

US policy SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES Syrian Christians as being eligible for political asylum BECAUSE Assad does not persecute them.

persecution by ISIL, you see, is just internecine fighting amongst the 'rebels' and doesn't rise to the level of being politically actionable.

in this way, refugee policy of the United States has been specifically crafted to serve a Satanic purpose and wage war against Christianity.



20. Jack Amok October 20, 2016 12:20 PM
and the Saudi


if they want to get finicky about the Saudi you could simply generalize the category to Arab or Sand Nigger. are we SURE he's from Saudi? not really, odds are good though.

Anonymous BGKB October 20, 2016 2:39 PM  

More than anything else in the world, maybe excepting white genocide.

They don't want total white genocide, they just want just enough so the richest of Pharisees can snort cocaine of a blond boy's PP.

I don't know for sure that the Chechen is a Chechen See the video I posted above he is a walking stereotype.

My take is that Saddam was a genuinely bad guy, worse than usual, and most or all of the rest of them were typical of the region

I was in the first gulf war Saddam was the best you could hope for from cultures like that. Killing him was the worst mistake, because anyone today would gladly put him back into power. You listened to taqiyya moslem lies like the fake 4yo in the ambulance who was just sat in the EMT's chair without getting a patient assessment.

But-but-but I thought Diversity Was Our Strength? Syria is desperately low on niggers. The photo shows that only places in Syria with dieversecity look like current Detroit.

"African" guy actually looks like some Puerto Ricans I know. The orange-tint Afro is extremely common there

Tribes in Africa take cow urine showers to turn their hair red. Decide for yourself if bestiality watersports is safe for work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tRzM2tZFng

So you are saying we can start a war and have all the liberals leave as refugees?

It will probably be more like post Katrina where the cat lady churchians will take them in until they wear out the welcome of the productive charity givers.

You are in the best damn unit in the whole dam army

Our tank battalion might not have been the best but our medical platoon was so good they had to do away with the medic of the day testing because we won it every day. We also had over 1/2 our platoon earn the non combat EFMB badge that has a ~10% pass rate even with giving women extra retries.

Anonymous genericviews October 20, 2016 3:00 PM  

Assad should have just paid grandma when she suggested, "Nice country you got there. It would be a shame if anything happened to it".

Blogger pyrrhus October 20, 2016 3:03 PM  

What do you think the life expectancy of the African is.....? Or maybe I should say, life expectancy if he starts messing with other jihadists' slave girls? Heh...

Anonymous One Deploarable DT October 20, 2016 3:04 PM  

Just look at those poor, defenseless, suffering children in the bottom half of the photo.

Clearly we need to bring them to the United States and give them free housing and welfare, along with some voter registration forms.

#ImWithRefugees

@6 - And somehow in the debate Hillary got into talking about the time between the president starting a nuclear war and when the launch of missiles takes place. Four minutes. How come and isn't that classified?

Grandma cankles is a senile old bat. If she wasn't waited on hand and foot she would leave the stove on and burn down Chelsea's NYC health care clini...er...apartment.

Any way, what difference, at this point, does it make? Trump said mean things about women. MEAN THINGS! ABOUT WOMEN!

Anonymous One Deplorable DT October 20, 2016 3:07 PM  

@47 - You listened to taqiyya moslem lies like the fake 4yo in the ambulance who was just sat in the EMT's chair without getting a patient assessment.

Was that the same one who was rubbing his head where he supposedly had a terrible, bleeding wound?

That's what I've done anytime I've ripped my own flesh open. I just start rubbing and picking with no pain what so ever. #JustNormalThings

Anonymous EH October 20, 2016 3:08 PM  

A rabble bought with the promise of sex slaves, with only the most undependable command structure whose authority comes only from fear and barbarity, versus disciplined countrymen fighting for the lives of their people, led by their legitimate government, backed by their allies Russia and Iran -- the Syrians will win; the US policy is completely bat-shit insane.

Blogger Rusty Fife October 20, 2016 3:27 PM  

Elder Son wrote:Vietnam was first and foremost, about rubber.

Rubber or heroin?

Anonymous Clay October 20, 2016 3:27 PM  

LOL. Just how long is this supposed "pipeline" to be? Who will be providing secuirty?

I had a gas (natural) pieline exxplode near ma years ago, about 0300, and it shook all the pictures un the walls if my house, that's what woke me up.

We were 15 miles away.We saw the fire on the horizon, and thought maybe an Air Force plane had crashed.

Anonymous AzDesertRat October 20, 2016 3:39 PM  

@ 24 Johnny said "A little off topic here, just to get into our troops being mercenaries...
We seem to be in a somewhat similar period now that the big bad USSR is gone. We use our troops for all sorts of purposes that with some frequency have little to do with the wellbeing of the American public. Regrettably a lot of conservatives can't quite get this down, and end up getting behind this that and every war effort regardless of merit."

Saw this first hand in late 2001 as we were headed to Afghanistan. Stopped at an airbase in Kuwait for a few days. Was talking to a Kuwaiti Air Force NCO about why they had, literally, squadrons of Mirage fighters buried up to their intakes in sand along the runway. Some had the canopies open or completely removed and the cockpits were filled with sand. He shrugged and said "That's why we have you here." This was one of the bases that had been staging sorties for Southern Watch since the end of first Gulf War.
Funny how their Air Force is now made up of all Boeing platforms...

Blogger SS October 20, 2016 3:40 PM  

@BGKB - his name is DustyBoi

Anonymous Down and Out in... October 20, 2016 3:50 PM  

"the US policy is completely bat-shit insane."

True of course; but then again, it's not a US policy, it's a (((US))) policy.

"You took this country from the Indians, now we're going to take it from you."
-- perfectly jolly, reasonable, non-angry Chinese immigrant

"It's all so unclear. We're just going to have to try and figure out what this country will be like, in ten or twenty years, when there are no white people left."
-- perfectly jolly second-generation Indian, Ivy-educated son of Indian immigrants

Blogger JWM in SD October 20, 2016 3:56 PM  

Didn't El Cid fight for both sides at one point or another? Are we El Cid?

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett October 20, 2016 3:59 PM  

@39 I'm guessing that smuggling drugs and money thru pigs wasn't just a plot device Tony Hillerman dreamed up then?

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Deplorable Cents October 20, 2016 4:17 PM  

@25
Vietnam was first and foremost, about rubber.

LOL! The sixties called, they want their Ho Chi Minh posters back, and the bong too.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 20, 2016 4:20 PM  

BGKB wrote:More than anything else in the world, maybe excepting white genocide.

They don't want total white genocide, they just want just enough so the richest of Pharisees can snort cocaine of a blond boy's PP.


You give them too much credit for foresight. It's not a rational desire, it's pre-verbal.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 20, 2016 4:21 PM  

Which is to say, they want to eliminate whites but literally can't imagine a world without whites in it.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 20, 2016 4:23 PM  

Which makes particular sense if we're talking about the Ashkenazi, seeing as the very selection pressure that created them presumes there will always be another white country to move into and destroy.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 20, 2016 4:31 PM  


You give them too much credit for foresight. It's not a rational desire, it's pre-verbal.


@61 Aeoli Pera
Right. Their instinct is to destroy, because their empty souls are filled with hate. There's no logic to it whatsoever.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 20, 2016 4:33 PM  

US policy SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES Syrian Christians as being eligible for political asylum BECAUSE Assad does not persecute them.

@46 bob k. mando
Sure, I've heard about that, but from what I understand, the Syrian refusegees in Europe are almost entirely Sunni Muslims as well.

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett October 20, 2016 4:57 PM  

@47. I get you are talking to folks outside our profession, but you could at least call it the paramedic's chair. We call it the Captain's chair though.

Regardless, you won't find me sitting in that seat. I'm up front, burning diesel!

Paramedics save lives. EMTs save Paramedics!!!

Blogger Elder Son October 20, 2016 5:30 PM  

A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Deplorable Cents wrote:@25

Vietnam was first and foremost, about rubber.

LOL! The sixties called, they want their Ho Chi Minh posters back, and the bong too.


Yep. And those 7 countries in 5 years plan is about freedumb and, and, and, dumbocracy!

And Tower 7, because fire.

Blogger Elder Son October 20, 2016 5:32 PM  

It's really not a good idea to directly and/or indirectly destroy someones country, and then invite them over for lunch into your home.

Blogger Elder Son October 20, 2016 6:01 PM  

Have some more US-NATO regime change freedumb and dumbocracy: https://youtu.be/a3lJAbRkzQ4

Anonymous TS October 20, 2016 6:27 PM  

The "rebels" are from around the globe ie... globalist tools for their globalist overlords.

Anonymous BGKB October 20, 2016 6:55 PM  

I get you are talking to folks outside our profession, but you could at least call it the paramedic's chair.

I have only been inside an ambulance once since the early 90s when I was an EMT & I didn't require treatment, but I am pretty sure they still assess patients. Oy vey do they still do cardiac thumps in the field ;)

Anonymous BGKB October 20, 2016 7:11 PM  

Hezekiah Garrett you are being like those who get offended at being called a murse. Do you really think the Syrian's , who 2/3 of the population is illiterate, actually qualify as paramedics? Before 9-11 I thought about doing a foreign travel stint in the UK, but when I found out that a 2year associate RN degree from the US didn't count but a 3 year program in sub sahara Africa did, I took a red pill.

Blogger Arthur Isaac October 20, 2016 7:40 PM  

Natgas pipeline from Qatar to Turkey, through KSA, Jordan and Syria, presumably to interconnect with existing pipelines or be loaded onto ships.

That goes a long ways to explaining Qatar's 1 million dollar birthday gift to Slick Willy and why Candles is taking such an interest in the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

Blogger Arthur Isaac October 20, 2016 7:41 PM  

Candles = cankles

Blogger Unknown October 20, 2016 7:49 PM  

Why did the Chechen cross the road?

Blogger Arthur Isaac October 20, 2016 7:56 PM  

EMT's perform assessments in the field (I've performed them). Not everywhere has paramedics.

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents October 20, 2016 7:56 PM  

@67
Yep.

Yep. Viet Nam is history, dude. Most of the things Boomers rant about are history.

History. Not current events. History. In books.

Get used to it.

Blogger Arthur Isaac October 20, 2016 7:57 PM  

Why did the Chechen cross the road?

A better(worse) shade of beard dye?

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents October 20, 2016 8:04 PM  

Maybe a picture of mercenaries, maybe a picture of jihadis, doesn't matter either way, that second picture isn't of "Freedom loving Syrians who are fed up with Assad and want to start having Vermont town meetings". No.

Blogger S1AL October 20, 2016 8:18 PM  

"Why did the Chechen cross the road?"

To get to the Assad.

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett October 20, 2016 8:29 PM  

@71. I love thumping, but robots have taken it over. We have the LUCAS now for chest compression.

Usually, before we pull off, I'm on the bench seat starting the IV for my paramedic. I gather Hx before I ever load the patient. Unless meds need to be administered, he's just doing paperwork.

I hate paperwork. It's the major reason I've never bothered going from A to P. Also, the king airway beats laryngoscopy to hell and gone, IMHO.

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett October 20, 2016 8:33 PM  

@72. How many Syrians do you think comment here? Honestly?

And that's what red pilled you?

I honestly don't get the red pill shit. Move to Alabama. We're all still mostly acquainted with reality from the cradle. Outside of Vestavia Hills, maybe.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash October 20, 2016 8:45 PM  

Rubber or heroin?

Well, my brother didn't come back with a rubber habit.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash October 20, 2016 8:50 PM  

Why did the Chechen cross the road?

To rape the chicken on the other side.

Anonymous BGKB October 20, 2016 8:52 PM  

And that's what red pilled you?I honestly don't get the red pill shit.

I guess you missed my mention of 6+ years working in inner city hospitals, being a healthcare traveler, or that I worked with a black doctor who malpracticed himself to death with a drug error before computerized pharmacies but never meet a black as smart (((as SEEN ON TV))). That's why blacks make up a larger portion of doctors than pilots. So the red pill dosage was protracted.

Anonymous Sazerac October 20, 2016 9:21 PM  

How about the second picture with the heading:
"Diversity is our Strength"
"Where all da goats at"

Anonymous dagwood October 20, 2016 9:49 PM  

"Why did the Chechen cross the road?"

Same reason as the Mexican did. And the Guatemalan. And the Laotian. And the Chinese. And the Hmong. And the Colombian. And the Peruvian. And the Nigerian. And the Senegalese. And the Ghanaian. And the Sri Lankan. And the Pakistani. And the Vietnamese. And the Punjabi. And the Kenyan. And the Tanzanian. And the Hindustani. And the Yemeni. And the Palestinian. And the Egyptian. And the Iranian. And the Algerian. And the Sudanese. And the Congolese. And the El Salvadoran. And the Honduran....

Because they all wish to suffer horribly under the Nazi boot-heel of racism, institutional racism, implicit racism, microaggressive racism, intersectional racism, extramarital racism, extraterrestrial racism, the legacy of slavery, and of course the dreaded White Privilege.

Did I leave anybody out? If I did, just means I'm racist.

Anonymous Mr. Rational October 20, 2016 10:28 PM  

dagwood wrote:Did I leave anybody out? If I did, just means I'm racist.
Stop patting yourself on the back.

Anonymous Hezekiah Garrett October 20, 2016 10:43 PM  

@85 We're both blessed and sheltered then, because our average response to meeting one who isn't functionally retarded is pleasant surprise.

Of course, on the Cumberland plateau, a lot of us only get 2 channels of tv.

Blogger Rez Zircon October 20, 2016 10:53 PM  

@37 ...the percentage of foodstuff staples (which is to say, meat, milk, wheat, potatoes, and corn) grown by the SJWs, and the energy produced by them, are effectively zilch. Come to it, flyover country is self-sufficient, but SJW country would last about a week.

Blogger PatrickH October 21, 2016 4:46 AM  

Why did the Chechen cross the road? To kill the other side.

Blogger Stephen Lovett October 21, 2016 5:34 AM  

Most of them have known it all along,and yes it has grown quite thin

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 21, 2016 9:32 AM  

Unknown wrote:Why did the Chechen cross the road?

Because his side was full of Chechens.

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